MainStay Suites Barnesville - Frackville
1252 Morea Road
Barnesville, PA 18214
Phone: (570) 773-5252
Fax: (570) 773-5255
1252 Morea Road, Barnesville, PA, US, 18214
- Phone: (570) 773-5252
- Fax: (570) 773-5255
Tamaqua Railroad Station served as the city's train depot for more than 75 years. Established in 1874, this station was stylized in beautiful Victorian architecture. Following its closure, it was restored to operate as a heritage center in 2004, and has also been deemed a city landmark. The lobby functions as a visitors center. Tamaqua Railroad Station was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.
A visit to the Hawk Mountain is a visit to a multi purpose destination, along with scientific research center, international conservation training site, eco tourism destination, learning facilities for people of all ages, wildlife sanctuary, conservation organisation, etc. this place is a great visit site where species are well protected and are visible here. The Hawk Mountain is one of the best places in the northeastern North America to view the beauty of the hawk migration in autumn.
Built in 1850, the Davis Covered Bridge spans across the North Branch of Roaring Creek. This wooden bridge was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
The Hamburg Public Library is a historic library building which was established between 1903-1904. Spread over a modest area of 0.1 acre (0.040 hectare), it displays the Romanesque Revival style of architecture. Despite of being so old, the library continues to function and serve the neighborhood people. It also keeps on hosting events to entertain its members.
Opened in 1890, due to a generous gift from Milton Dimmick, the Dimmick Memorial Library offers reference service, Internet access, a copy machine, microfilm of local newspapers and census, a summer reading program and more.
Found on the second floor of the Hooven Mercantile Building next to the Railroad Station, the Old Mauch Chunk Model Train Display and Hobby & Gift Shop offers a brief history on the world of model trains. This display features 13 separate mainlines, realistic landscaping, more than 100 bridges and trestles, over 200 structures, including a burning building; and more.
The former home of railroad magnet, philanthropist and founder of Lehigh University, Asa Packer, this 11,000 square foot, three-story mansion overlooking the Old Mauch Chunk national historical district is a designated National Historic Landmark that features 18 rooms filled with original 19th century furnishings. Seasonal tours are available.